Neunigender describes when one's gender feels neutral/null, but they don't. They feel their gender is neutral/null in some way, but they themselves do not feel neutral/null, just their gender. They may feel disconnected from stereotypical neutral/null traits, feel like their neutrality/nullity is gendered but they themselves are not gendered, or simply not feel related to neutrality/nullity outside of their gender identity.
The masculine counterpart is mascigender, the feminine counterpart is femnigender, the androgynous counterpart is angnigender, the outhrine counterpart is ounigender, and the xenine counterpart is xenigender.
The term neunigender and its flag were made by FANDOM user Reign of the breadsticcs on April 11th 2021.
The darker green and lighter green stripes on the flag represent (respectively) fully gendered neutrality/nullity and partially genderedneutrality/nullity, and the orange stripes represent the sense of self individuality and autonomy. The black stripes show how one's sense of gendered neutrality/nullity is separate from their sense of self. The entire meaning of the flag is that an individual has both a distinct presence of neutrality/nullity and a distinct presence of self, but the two are not connected.